I'd like to say a few words to those "undecided" voters, especially those in the so-called "swing states".
I suspect that some of these voters are like my next door neighbor. He's a nice guy, a life-long Democrat who finds himself faced with a dilemma. He doesn't like Obama, but he doesn't care for Romney either. What to do?
I didn't particularly like John McCain in 2008, but given the choice between him or Obama, I had to weigh which one I thought would be less damaging to the country, if not better for the country. Sometimes that's the choice we have to make, one in which we don't wholeheartedly agree with or like a candidate, but one who's clearly the better of two mediocre choices.
If you supported Obama in 2008, but feeling disappointed in his performance as president, please consider a few things. Economically, President Obama has failed to cut the deficit as he promised he would, our debt is higher than ever, his policies have stifled energy production, and the unemployment rate has remained stubbornly high. This is the weakest "recovery" after a recession that this country has ever experienced. Sadly, Obama has divided this country along economic and racial lines. Obama has shown no inclination to change his policies or his beliefs, so why would another four years of the same thing give us different results?
I would respectfully ask that you try to keep an open mind and take an objective look at what President Obama has actually done. Don't listen to his rhetoric - this is a man who often says one thing and does another. Just watch what he does.
Isn't it time to give someone else - namely, Mitt Romney - a chance?